Gods Omnipotence

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What are the three main concerns when looking at Gods omnipotence?
The statement of the power of God, Gods ablity to do what it logically possible for a perfect God to do and finally Gods ability to do anything including the logicallhy impossiblem.
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What does it mean to say God is Omnipotent?
When we are referring to God as Omnipotent it is a statment that Gods power is different to ours.
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What does it mean when we say that God is an Omnipotent creator?
Saying that God is the omnipotent creatore is a statement, not only that it is logically possible for God to create but also that God has the power to create.
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What does Aquinas say about Gods omnipotence?
He believes that Gods power is infinite and is not limited. God has the power beyond the comprehension and ablilty of human beings.
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What are the challenges to Gods omnipotence?
Can God change past history? NO as this involves a contradiction of what we know- illogical. 2nd point is 'can God sin'. NO as perfect. Sin involves change and a lack of power over actions.
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